The retro-style, mirrorless X-Pro1 camera from Fujifilm is making its debut on the 18th of February in Japan. According to The Verge, pricing looks set to be around 150,000 yen (about $1,929) for the body alone, and then 54 800 yen (about $705) for the 18mm f/2 or 35mm f/1.4 lens, or 59,800 yen (about $770) for the 60mm f/2 macro.

The impressive camera features a Fujifilm-designed 16MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, novel colour filter array to suppress colour moire, no optical low-pass filter, EXR Processor Pro image processor, Dual-magnification hybrid optical / electronic viewfinder, analogue dials for shutter speed and exposure compensation on top of camera, All-new, fully electronic X lens mount; 17.7mm flange-to-sensor distance, three ‘XF’ lenses at launch: XF 18mm F2 R, XF 35mm F1.4 R, and XF 60mm F2.4 R Macro, Prime lenses have traditional-style aperture rings (1/3 stop increments) and large manual focus rings, revised rear-panel control layout, On-screen ‘Q’ control panel and redesigned tabbed menu system, Focal-plane shutter, 1/4000 sec max speed and a 3.0″ RGBW 1.23M dot LCD.